VMware has published their NSX-T 3.1 migration coordinator and declaimed the feature release of Guest Introspection and Network Introspection. For more details you may refer to the VMware articles below:
- NSX-3.1 release notes
- Migrating NSX Data Center for vSphere
- Detailed Feature Support for Migration Coordinator
- Register Third-Party Guest Introspection Service with NSX-T Data Center
- Register Third-Party Network Introspection Services with NSX-T Data Center
However, Deep Security Agentless Solution cannot support using this migration approach because the suggested workflow is not easy for customers to migrate smoothly. For the following items below that is defined in a Service Composer in NSX-V, we cannot guarantee the migration results to NSX-T.
- Security Groups assigned with the Security Policies using Trend Micro Deep Security
- Service Profiles
- Guest Introspection rules of the Security Policies in which the Service Name are Trend Micro Deep Security
- Network Introspection rules of the Security Policies in which the Service Name are Trend Micro Deep Security
We also cannot guarantee the migrated service profiles can be used for Endpoint Protection Rules or Network Introspection (E-W) policies in NSX-T. We cannot guarantee the agentless configurations, network connectivity and the protection states remain the same after migrate to NSX-T.
We recommend customers to migrate their Deep Security Agentless protection from NSX-V to NSX-T manually using this document:
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